Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest: Watch and see pictures and videos on how they turn vehicles into miniature gardens!

Japanese mini vehicles or Kei vehicles (Jap) are small practical automobiles that meet Japan’s suggestions as a ‘mild automobile.’

They’re famous in Japan due to their maneuverability through small side streets and their capability to park in tight spaces.

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Consistent with Spoon & Tamago, there’s an annual contest subsidized by the Japan Federation of panorama Contractors that demanding situations drivers to transform the again of their vehicles into miniature gardens.

There are few boundaries, and that has stimulated humans to stretch the concept of a garden into wild and creative locations.

Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest

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Pictures of Japanese Mini Truck Gardens

Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
You Have To See These Stunning Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest
You Have To See These Stunning Japanese Mini Truck Gardens Contest

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